Farnborough. 18 July2022. Cyient announced a partnership with Honeywell to manufacture the aviation industry’s first cloud-connected cockpit system – The Honeywell Anthem. Cyient has inked a multi-year deal with Honeywell for this project.

The Honeywell Anthem flight deck will have unparalleled levels of connectivity, an exciting and intuitive interface modeled after everyday smart devices, and a highly scalable and customizable design. It will be driven by a versatile software platform that can be modified for virtually every type of aircraft, including passenger and cargo planes, business jets, helicopters, general aviation planes, and the fast-developing class of advanced air-mobility (AAM) vehicles.

Commenting on the partnership Karthikeyan Natarajan, Executive Director, and COO, Cyient, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Honeywell to build Honeywell Anthem, which will transform the future of aviation. This is a testament to the value we create as strategic partners for our customers in the Aerospace and Defense sector with our cutting-edge Design-led Manufacturing (DLM) powered by technology. We look forward to leveraging our expertise to deliver efficiency, productivity, and innovation to Honeywell for years to come.”

Vipul Gupta, Vice President and General Manager of Avionics, Honeywell Aerospace, said, “Honeywell continues to lead the industry with next-generation integrated flight decks to drive innovation in aviation, and Honeywell Anthem is at the forefront of those efforts. We are excited to work with Cyient on the industrialization of Honeywell Anthem with superior delivery, quality, and reliable performance for our customers.”

Cyient has over 20 years of aerospace engineering and manufacturing experience with over 3,000 aerospace engineers, having delivered over 42 million hours of engineering solutions to aerospace customers. Cyient’s portfolio covers the product life cycle’s design, build, and maintenance phases to provide OEMs with a single source for optimizing aerospace parts manufacturing processes.